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Stop the Victim Blame. #HelpFindHannahGraham

Hannah Graham, a second-year attending the University of Virginia, went missing in the early hours of September 13, 2014. She is 5 feet, 11 inches tall with a slender build, blue eyes, light brown hair, and fair skin. 1,095 more words


FBI: Oklahoma beheading not linked to terrorism

UPDATED 9/29/2014 6:50 P.M.

MOORE, Okla. – Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn says his office will be ready to file official charges on Alton Nolen Tuesday afternoon. 2,083 more words


Jim Lantern reblogged this on The Lantern Journal and commented:

I live in Norman, just south of Moore - which is just south of Oklahoma City. Just found out abut this on CNN on TV, then ABC news article. Finally found a local news report about it. Thanks KFOR.

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Daniel Boone

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Why are American churches still so racially segregated?

This month synchrobloggers were invited to write about “Race and Violence and Why We Need to Talk About It.

As I thought about the questions from this month’s synchroblog theme and recent events, such as the one in Ferguson, I began to reflect on the lack of racial diversity in American churches and wondered if things might be different if our churches were more integrated. 313 more words


#GamerGate and the Politics of Resentment (Part 2)

(This is Part 2 of an article series that explores a case of harassment in online gaming known as #GamerGate. Please read Part 1 of this post… 1,316 more words


At Least 22 Killed In Gunfight Southwest Of Mexico City

I am not certain, but I believe this new story from the AP is a rare follow-up to this initial report of a shootout that took place on June 30.   392 more words


Do We Really Want Cops With Body Cameras Filming Everything They See? | Internationalist Prison Books Collective

And creeping we are: A growing number of police departments are adopting the cameras, which are worn attached to glasses or a uniform. The New Orleans police jumped on the bandwagon yesterday, joining the likes of Oakland, Las Vegas, Seattle, and others that already use the cameras. 134 more words